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Everyone needs folic acid, also known as vitamin B9. It supports cell and tissue growth, especially during adolescence, infancy, and pregnancy. The production of DNA and red blood cells also need this nutrient. In the nervous system, folic acid aids brain function, making it vital for mental and emotional health. Find it in leafy greens, asparagus, beef liver, and fortified breakfast cereal. Just don’t eat too much because it can mask the side effects of B12 deficiency.
Signs of a nervous breakdown can be emotional – feeling isolated, moody, unable to concentrate – and physical like insomnia, headaches, muscle pain, illnesses etc. Talking to someone who can help you, taking care of your body by eating healthy and exercising, finding time to relax your body and mind, handling problems one at a time, and thinking positively can help avoid a nervous breakdown.
In a world where chronic diseases are becoming epidemic it is clear that something is wrong with the way our society forces us to...
The word psychopath might remind most of us of the age-old Hitchcock favorite "Psycho," serial killers or somebody we know or even ourselves. Psychopaths need...
When under stress, your body goes into preservation mode, storing fat instead of burning it. Stress hormone - Adrenalin spikes blood sugar levels triggering insulin production that leads to fat storage. Constant stress keeps you always in 'fight or flight' mode and blocks the 'rest and digest' system functions. Negative emotions cause unmindful binging, leading to obesity.